Man accused of abducting teenager from Hoshiarpur village: The Tribune India


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Hoshiarpur: Mahilpur Police have registered a case against an unidentified person for luring a teenager (aged 19). The complainant, a resident of Khairad Rawal Bassi village, told police that his daughter went to the barn on Saturday to feed the cattle but did not return. He feared she had been lured by an unidentified person. After registering a case, the police opened an investigation. CO

Hoshiarpur makes its mark

Hoshiarpur: The District Employment and Affairs Office has added another feather in its hat with its mention in the Coffee Table Book on Good Governance Practices and Good Governance-2021 launched by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). The book mentions that the Hoshiarpur district in Punjab has made an invaluable contribution by providing jobs to unemployed youths under the Ghar Ghar Rozgar Yojana. The district employment officer, Gurmail Singh, said the district employment office has always brought laurels to the district in the area of ​​employment. He said this feat could only be achieved with the cooperation of Placement Officer Mangesh Sood, Guidance Counselor Aditya Rana and the entire team of District Employment Office and Administration . CO

Wife tricked out of Rs. 2.5L, two reserved

Hoshiarpur: A case has been filed against two Maharashtra residents, who have been accused of defrauding Rs 2.5 lakh under the guise of selling onions. Reema Devi, wife of Arvind Chaudhary, a resident of Purhiran, told police that Bal Nath Namdev Khule, a resident of Nasik, and Varinder Kumar, a resident of Bhawanipur Chowk, Maharashtra, allegedly took Rs 2.5 lakh from her via NEFT to send onions, but they also didn’t send onions or return his money. Model City Police reserved the accused under Sections 420 and 120-B of the IPC. CO

An inmate with medicine capsules

Hoshiarpur: Mahilpur Police arrested a smuggler and seized 100 intoxicating pills, 600 intoxicating capsules and Rs. 8,000 of the drugs, in addition to other items from him in a naka here on Saturday night. The accused was identified as Gurpreet Singh Monu, a resident of Kotla. It has been reserved under the NDPS Act. CO

No new cases of covid in the district

Jalandhar: No new Covid cases were reported in Jalandhar district today. The Covid tally in the district stands at 78,3291 cases. As many as 76,732 people have recovered from the disease as the number of active cases in the district stood at 11 today. No deaths from the virus have been reported today. The death toll remained at 1,578. Meanwhile, Kapurthala district reported two new Covid cases. The tally of positive cases in the district reached 23,879 today. No new deaths were reported in the district.

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